We are back in California following I-101. While I stopped by at the visitor center to inquire about California State Parks, J.J. explored the Farmer's Market being held in the parking lot across the street.
Delightful community of people selling local handicrafts.
I also enjoyed watching two old friends dance to the tune of a saxophone player.
At CCA's Filipino BBQ stall, Chandra and her family were doing brisk business.
J.J. loved his lunch of lumpia (pork and vegetable spring roll), pork BBQ and pansit (stirred fried rice noodles with pork and vegetables).
We took the 35-miles of scenic drive right through the middle of over 51,000 acres of redwood groves. These ancient trees are the tallest living things on earth, some reaching up to 370 feet tall.
Honu sits under the ancient, spiritual healing trees.
We are staying at Eureka KOA Campground. Pine trees in this campground provide shades for now, but later we will be relying on Honu's internal heating system to keep us comfortable.
Aloha -- Cathi